Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Taylorosaurus rex

Philanthopist James Taylor praises the efforts of his fellow Heartland Institute hacks to restore CO2 to its golden age,  when the dinosaurs were in flower:

" the net effects of carbon externalities are beneficial rather than harmful.....

As we add a little carbon dioxide to the trace amounts already in the atmosphere, crop production increases, trees and grasslands flourish and deserts recede..... 

a warmer planet has always benefited human welfare more"

Though too modest to dwell on the cultural benefits of coal combustion, Taylor deserves homage for opening the evolutionary future to a new genre of environmental art that seems sure to incorporate his namesake, Taylorosaurus rex :